Iceland Exhibition at Kingman Gallery

Fjallsjökull #5

Fjallsjökull #5

I’m excited to announce the opening of my new solo exhibition at Kingman Gallery in Deer Isle, Maine. The exhibition is up and running now and extends through September 8th. We’re having an opening reception this coming Sunday, August 11th, from 2-5 pm.

The exhibition includes 11 framed pieces from my Iceland residency last summer, and you can check out work from all of the gallery artists as well. If you’d like to see more of my Iceland photographs from last summer as a sneak preview, I’ve finally put up a gallery of this work on my website.

Hope to see you Sunday!

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Melt Down Opens in Portland

“Snæfellsjökull #1”, Copyright Jim Nickelson. All Rights Reserved.

“Snæfellsjökull #1”, Copyright Jim Nickelson. All Rights Reserved.

The wonderful Melt Down exhibition from earlier this year at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland travels south to Portland’s Lewis Gallery (at the primary Portland Public Library at 5 Monument Square) in an exhibition that extends through September 21st. The traveling exhibit is a bit smaller in terms of included work but should still be amazing.

The opening reception is this Friday, August 2nd, from 6-8 pm. I’ll unfortunately miss the opening as I’ll be picking up my daughter from Girl Scout camp on the other side of the state, but I highly recommend seeing this exhibition.

Exhibition at Thos. Moser Gallery in Freeport, Maine

“Pyrotechnic #185”, Copyright Jim Nickelson. All Rights Reserved.

“Pyrotechnic #185”, Copyright Jim Nickelson. All Rights Reserved.

This is the first update in a long while as I’ve been posting news in another place the last six months, but that experiment is now over and I’m back here.

So, to begin catching up, I’m included in a group exhibition at the absolutely lovely Thos. Moser gallery in Freeport, Maine, through November 2nd, 2019. Selections from my Pyrotechnic project are included. Ten other photographers are included in the show and it is definitely worth a visit.